Friday, August 15, 2008

Nothing’s Scarier Than Fixing Toilets

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Slaying monsters isn’t nearly as scary as being a plumber.

So says Trevor Matthews, star of the slasher flick Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer.

Matthews plays a slacker plumber who’s forced to do battle with a possessed monster, and says he’d much rather wield a fighting sword than a plunger.

He says, “Though plumbing seems like a fun job, it’s really hard work. I think I’d like to be a monster slayer better. Dealing with toilets seems scarier.”

Matthews is pretty confident in his newfound monster slaying abilities, and admits he had lots of practice as a kid.

He says, “I use to imagine killing monsters, and even then I’d always win.”

But defeating this particular monster, which is played by horror legend Robert Englund, has some added benefits.

Matthews says, “I can watch the old Nightmare on Elm Street movies now and say, ‘Yeah, I got Freddie Krueger.’”

Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer hits theaters this Friday (Aug. 15).

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